Saturday 29 April 2023 at 18,30 in Naples in the Basilica-Sanctuary "Incoronata Madre del Buon Consiglio" Capodimonte, the Holy Mass was held on the occasion of the eleventh year of the Beatification of Giuseppe Toniolo, took place in Rome Sunday, April 29, 2012. The event was promoted by National Foundation for Toniolian Studies of Campania and the Basilica-Sanctuary "Incoronata Madre del Buon Consiglio" Capodimonte in Naples, with the moral patronage of the Archdiocese of Naples. After the Eucharistic celebration, presided over by Msgr. Nicola Longobardo, Rector of the Basilica of Capodimonte and Ecclesiastical Assistant of the National Foundation of Toniolian Studies for Campania and Southern Italy, was followed by a reflection, held by Msgr. Nicola Longobardo, on the figure of Joseph Toniolo, born in Treviso on 7 March 1845 and died in Pisa on 7 October 1918.
The National Foundation of Toniolian Studies, – Center for deepening the Social Doctrine of the Church – non-profit association chaired by prof. Romano Molesti has, as its statutory purpose, the promotion of the thought of Giuseppe Toniolo, husband and father, university professor of economics who "offers the example of how a Christian is called to live his faith in the family, in his profession, in civil society and to serve the proclamation of the Gospel in the Church and in the world through the study and application of the Church's doctrine in the social dimension , economic and political".
On the occasion of the eleventh year of the Beatification of Giuseppe Toniolo (29/04/2012 – 29/04/2023), with the aim of stimulating, especially in young people, the commitment to study and deepen Catholic social thought and the pontifical magisterium, the National Foundation of Toniolian Studies of Campania, represented by the national organizational secretary Francesco Manca, promoted in collaboration with the Basilica of Capodimonte, the national organizational headquarters of the Toniolian Study Foundation, the Eucharistic celebration in honor of Blessed Toniolo to recall the memory and thought of the sociologist and economist Giuseppe Toniolo in the light of the Principles of the Social Doctrine of the Church.